The MeatShop source our high-quality mutton from established export meat houses, airlifted from Pakistan regions. The meat houses generally follow or implement an effective management system specifically designed to process and prevent activities harmful to the environment.

All our meat is sourced from Pakistan farmers, selectively chosen for taste, texture, and all-around excellence. Both mutton and lamb are very similar types of meat, with one fundamental difference; Mutton is the meat of an adult sheep. Lamb is from a sheep less than one-year-old.

Just like beef, there are a variety of popular lamb cuts — perhaps mutton chops are the most popular.

Nutrition Facts of Mutton

Per 100g, the nutritional profile of ground lamb meat looks something like this;

Nutrient Amount
Calories 282 kcal
Carbohydrate 0 g
Protein 16.6 g
Fat 23.4 g
   – Saturated 10.2 g
   – Monounsaturated 9.6 g
   – Polyunsaturated 1.9 g
        – Omega-3 420 mg
        – Omega-6 1360 mg
Omega 6 to 3 Ratio 3.2 : 1
Vitamin A 0% DV
Vitamin C 0% DV
Vitamin D
Vitamin E 1% DV
Vitamin K 4% DV
Thiamin 7% DV
Riboflavin 12% DV
Niacin 30% DV
Vitamin B6 6% DV
Folate 5% DV
Vitamin B12 39% DV
Pantothenic Acid 7% DV
Calcium 2% DV
Iron 9% DV
Magnesium 5% DV
Phosphorus 16% DV
Potassium 6% DV
Sodium 2% DV
Zinc 23% DV
Copper 5% DV
Manganese 1% DV
Selenium 27% DV

Benefits of Mutton

Generally speaking, both mutton and lamb are nutritious meat options.

Because sheep graze on pasture all day, the omega 6 to 3 ratio is very low—and perhaps optimal—compared to other meats.

Mutton contains a broad range of health-protective nutrients, especially zinc, selenium, and B vitamins.

Concerns of Mutton

Mutton is very expensive in comparison to other kinds of meat.

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